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  2. Its the next big trip. Anyone that hasn't been or has been. try and get to Kingston, I heard a rumour that the godfather of kite buggy will be gracing us with his presence. Kingston is located 6 hours west of Melbourne and 3 hours from Adelaide. Great beaches. the beach from Kingston to goolwa is approx 150klm. When it is dry, there is a gypsum dry lake just out of town. the main week is the week leading up to and including Australia Day. but most are heading from the 13th Jan onwards. 2 weeks of buggy and kiting fun. see you there ?
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  3. Tj ha

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    Destin, Florida Like new! I maybe flew it 5 times. I bought this one new in mid 90's in Bel Mar, NJ I love this kite! but I never use it as much as I should. I really miss my hyper-kites star cruisers 12 ply that are impossible to find. Value $$ ? I tried to search the last sale on ebay, but couldn't find it. Im a legit seller on ebay since 2001 and can make a listing. it's all there, even an extra stand off, and two extra top center support spars. Tommy (replies through the forum please)
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  4. Hey 123Matt, I just found this site and saw that you sold the exact same kite I am selling. If anyone hits you up still interested, I am going to post mine on here.
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  5. igeighty

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    @Angus Johnstone I wonder if you are into American version ?
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  6. Hey mate, I am into kite buggying. What about yourself?
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  12. Gonna zombie this thread! Just wanted to chip in with a great trick for fixing nose tuck without having to add rear line tension. Cut a piece of pipe insulation foam to the same length as the central leading edge, and fit this into the leading edge when you fly it. I did this on mine by sewing in velcro rather than the little leading edge lines. This allowed me to easily adjust the amount of 'tuck' on the leading edge, but also allowed me to fit the foam as an experiment. When I tried the foam the result was so good that I just didn't go with the original plan of playing with the amount of 'tuck' on the nose. If anyone is interested I can throw up photos and videos at some point. It may take a few weeks as the kite was eaten by some gorse bushes at Pembrey last Friday, so it needs a little TLC before it flies again.
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  13. You shouldn't call us that!!!
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  14. @bakersdozen the song is called Come up by dwonji. @.Joel Thanks for adding the logo to the files database. I will be sure to use it in my next video. I will have to try and find an ozone access. I have just been given a flexifoil blade iv 6.5m to try out. But I am a little worried that I will struggle holding onto it as I don't have a harness. The beamer goes great it was recommended to me years ago by andyfly when he was teaching me how kite such a good little kite.
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